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New Artificial Patients Aid in Medical Simulations

Peter Crump Staff Writer At the annual Global Pediatric Innovation Summit last week, Boston Children’s Hospital revealed two newly designed plastic model patients that have the...

R/V Sally Ride: Going Where No Ship Has Gone Before

Quincy Lee Science & Tech Editor Space has always been considered the last frontier. But generations of space research has brought us to know more about...

Record Breaking U.S. Astronaut Improves Understanding of Human Reactions to Spaceflight

Hollie Jinks Illustration by Allie Sullberg On October 16, 2015, U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly began his 383 days in space and broke the record for the...

UCSB Professor Receives National Medal of Technology and Innovation

Bijan Saniee Staff Writer University of California, Santa Barbara Professor Emeritus Arthur Gossard will speak at the White House later this month and formally receive the...

30 Going On 13: Researchers Renew Youthfulness in Adult Brains

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer It seems that every day we’re getting closer and closer to the fountain of youth—except this time it’s for our brains, not...

“Patient Zero” Dugas Exonerated from Blame of Spreading HIV

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer Due to recent genetic research, Gaëtan Dugas, formerly known as "Patient Zero," has been exonerated from the accusations of being the one...